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March 15, 2023 5:30 am

Here’s Why a Big Pork High Court Lawsuit Matters

The potentially wide-reaching Commerce Clause implications of a pending Supreme Court case about California’s meat industry.
Kimberly Wehle
March 6, 2023 5:30 am

The Judge with the King Complex

Should trial judges have the power to issue nationwide injunctions? A lawsuit over abortion drugs is the latest major case…
Kimberly Wehle
February 21, 2023 5:30 am

This Isn’t Your (Founding) Fathers’ Originalism

How a Supreme Court ruling gave a domestic abuser his guns back.
Albert W. Alschuler
February 13, 2023 5:30 am

One More Sign That Special Counsel Jack Smith Is Dead Serious

No stone unturned, no empty folder unsubpoenaed.
Dennis Aftergut
February 7, 2023 5:30 am

Much More Than Student Loans at Stake in Lawsuit

The Biden loan-forgiveness case coming before the U.S. Supreme Court this month could have implications for federalism and executive power.
Kimberly Wehle
January 18, 2023 5:30 am

Can the Fourth Amendment Survive Digital Surveillance?

Advances in technology used by law enforcement to gather information about people without a warrant has eroded Americans’ right to…
Corbin Barthold
December 19, 2022 5:30 am

Signals from the Supreme Court on Its High-Stakes Cases

From voting rights to civil rights to affirmative action, a look at the cases the Court has heard so far…
Kimberly Wehle
December 9, 2022 4:42 pm

What the New Trump Contempt Motion Tells Us About the Mar-a-Lago Documents Prosecution

The charges Special Counsel Jack Smith might have in mind, and the reasons Washington, D.C. is the right venue for…
Laurence H. Tribe and Dennis Aftergut
December 6, 2022 5:30 am

Will the Supreme Court Go Narrow or Broad in Ruling on Free Speech vs. Equal Protection?

Several possible outcomes suggested in Monday’s oral arguments in the case of a Colorado graphic designer who won’t work on…
Philip Rotner
December 5, 2022 5:30 am

Court Implodes Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Defense (and the Errant Judge Who Bought It)

The timeline makes clear how careful and even deferential prosecutors were.
Kimberly Wehle